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What are the Different Types of Wood Chipper Attachments?

When you are on the market for a wood chipper attachment, it is easy to become overwhelmed by all of the models and types of chippers that are available. The capabilities of the model and price range of these wood chippers can vary dramatically, leaving you to wonder which model is best for your needs. WoodMaxx strives to make the decision easier for you by providing four models of high-quality, durable wood chippers for both commercial and residential use.

The WoodMaxx 8 inch PTO chipper featuring a hydraulic feed is one of the most popular models offered by WoodMaxx. This model has two hydraulic rollers that automatically feed branches into the chipper head, reducing the manual labor of the operator. The rollers have variable speed and are run by a self-contained hydraulic pump and tank.

For those looking for a robust mechanical auto-feed chipper, the WoodMaxx 8 inch PTO chipper featuring gear box driven auto-feed function is ideal for their needs. This chipper uses a belt-driven gear box and drive axle system to operate the a feed roller that grabs the branches and pulls them in.

The WC-8N chipper is ideal for home users who are seeking a powerful, yet economical chipper. This model features power-feed capabilities at a gravity-feed price. The WC-8N chipper is ideal for medium duty jobs for the occasional user, and offers several design features that make it easy to use.

WoodMaxx is also pleased to unveil a new chipper shredder, the WoodMaxx TM-86H. This chipper will be available soon. Be sure to check our website for more details.

No matter which model of chipper you select, you can rest assured that our power equipment provides durable construction and powerful mechanisms. For more information about each model of chipper, feel free to visit our website. If you have additional questions, a skilled WoodMaxx representative is available by phone to assist you.

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